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Reproducibility of quantitative tractography methods applied to cerebral white matter
Acute Effects of Cocaine on Human Brain Activity and Emotion
Automated Probabilistic Reconstruction of White-Matter Pathways in Health and Disease Using an Atlas of the Underlying Anatomy
It is shown that, since the method does not constrain the exact spatial location or shape of the pathways but only their trajectory relative to the surrounding anatomical structures, a set a of healthy training subjects can be used to reconstruct the pathways accurately in patients as well as in controls.
Functional brain mapping of the relaxation response and meditation
- S. Lazar, G. Bush, R. Gollub, G. Fricchione, G. Khalsa, H. Benson
- Biology, PsychologyNeuroreport
- 15 May 2000
The results indicate that the practice of meditation activates neural structures involved in attention and control of the autonomic nervous system.
Reliability in multi-site structural MRI studies: Effects of gradient non-linearity correction on phantom and human data
Schizophrenic subjects show aberrant fMRI activation of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and basal ganglia during working memory performance
MRI-derived measurements of human subcortical, ventricular and intracranial brain volumes: Reliability effects of scan sessions, acquisition sequences, data analyses, scanner upgrade, scanner vendors…
The neural substrate of arithmetic operations and procedure complexity.
Acupuncture modulates the limbic system and subcortical gray structures of the human brain: Evidence from fMRI studies in normal subjects
Functional magnetic resonance imaging was used to investigate the effects of acupuncture in normal subjects and to provide a foundation for future studies on mechanisms of acupuncture action in therapeutic interventions, suggesting that acupuncture needle manipulation modulates the activity of the limbic system and subcortical structures.
Test–retest and between‐site reliability in a multicenter fMRI study
Estimates of test–retest and between‐site reliability of fMRI assessments were produced in the context of a multicenter fMRI reliability study and found that dropping one site at a time and assessing reliability can be a useful method of assessing the sensitivity of the results to particular sites.